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Hi There

I have a server 2003 AD which I dcpromo off the network, the new server2003 box is a different domain name.

original domain name was i.e. "xxxpe" it is now "xxx"

for all winxp clients everything is fine but on our 98 clients we still see two domain names under "network places"

We are having big problems trying to print via 98 clients.

PLEASE HELP

OH YES, IN CASE YOU MIGHT ASK THE 98 CLIENTS ARE LOGGIN ONTO THE NEW DOMAIN.  I THINK THAT WE JUST NEED TO GET THE OLD DOMAIN TO NOT SHOW IN NETWORK PLACES, THE LOGIC AROUND ALL THIS IS VERY CLEAR THE OLD DOMAIN NAME SEEMS TO BE CACHED SOMEWHERE
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clients will have to be physically moved over to the domain. In other words, their Windows 95 and Windows 98 machines may have to physically change their domain membership on those individual machines. But on Windows XP machines, there's an agent that runs and changes their domain membership.
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